EDKL Faith For The Future Cash Vouchers: In Support Of Malaysian Restaurants
March 25, 2020
The Faith For The Future project seeks to support Malaysian restaurants, cafes and bars with an immediate cash infusion to help fund the current cost of their staff salaries and other expenses.
This financial lifeline might enable them to continue paying their employees and endure the coming weeks, so that they can welcome us, our families and friends again in a happier time, hopefully soon.
Purchase a cash voucher at eatdrinkkl.com/faith that you can redeem for dining in, within four months after your purchase.
It's a simple process that'll take one to two minutes - no sign-up or log-in required. You'll select the restaurant where you plan to redeem your voucher. The RM25, RM50 and RM100 vouchers will be emailed immediately to you.
The restaurant will receive your payment within three working days of your purchase.
As a token of appreciation, you’ll enjoy 10 percent off your total bill in one receipt when you redeem your voucher. For example, if you purchase a RM50 voucher and your bill is RM60, you'll only pay RM4 at the restaurant (RM60 - RM6 discount - RM50 voucher).
The maximum discount receivable is capped at the value of your voucher. For example, if you buy a RM50 voucher, the maximum total discount off your bill is RM50.
Full disclosure for transparency: Eat Drink KL receives a RM3 fee from the restaurant for each purchase, mainly to cover our technology, banking and administrative costs.
We have more than 50 homegrown venues - everything from ayam goreng kunyit in the city centre to teppanyaki and kakigori in the suburbs; nasi lemak in Shah Alam to Chef Wan's classics in The LINC KL; sourdough toasts in Damansara Jaya to burgers in Damansara Heights; Japanese binchotan barbecues in Taman Desa to Texas BBQ in Hartamas; Thai in PJ to Taiwanese in Subang to Japanese near KLCC; French fare in TTDI to Italian in SS2 and Ampang; Kerala cuisine, vegetarian cooking and honest-to-Goodness cakes in Bangsar; coffee spanning Melawati to Ara Damansara; ice cream and tea-inspired cuisine in Chinatown; cocktails in Damansara Kim; plus locations from Kajang to Klang, and a modern Malaysian cafe in Kota Kinabalu, with more to come.
This project hopes to marshall material public support for restaurants in these weeks when circumstances are exceptionally challenging. If you run a venue and want to be part of this, please email [email protected]
Purchase your voucher: eatdrinkkl.com/faith
List of venues: eatdrinkkl.com/posts/featured/faithlist
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